Stopped in here for lunch on a Friday and the place was packed! Couldn’t even get a seat at the bar but I love good fresh fish so I figured I’d wait it out and give it a try. The line was moving and the...More
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It's ok. The sushi wasn't terribly expensive. The atmosphere wasn't great. Just kind of blah to me. If I go back to Vancouver, I would likely not choose this place again.
We visited Kamei Royal last night for dinner on our stay in Vancouver. The food is very good: we had outstanding goma-ae, a 'rapture roll,' pork katsu-don and the nabeyaki udon. But it took a very long time for the waitress to take our order....More
Such a great and traditional japanese place. Loved EVERYTHING ... gyosas were good as well as the tempura vegetables. The sushi was very average, so I would go for other traditional foods.
I recently stopped at KR for lunch. Kamei recently moved to Hastings Street from their old location on Burrard and Alberni. This is the last original Kamei Sushi restaurant. The new space is very large with several seating options. The waitresses were dressed in traditional...More
We really enjoyed our meal at Kamei Royal! We stuck to the more well known dishes that one would expect of a Japanese restaurant, but we found that their range and variety was very wide and this was great! My son and I tried their...More
Great traditional sushi and good value for the money. We had hungry kids and grand kids. Everyone left full and happy.
this is an OK place to get sushi. The fish was not too fresh, the place smelled funny. Also, the waiters use like a plastic serving cart that although convenient, doesn't help in terms of image of the restaurant. We ordered a cheesecake and it...More
My office always book this place for our functions. Today we just have a Birthday Lunch for our colleagues. The service is so efficient and smooth. Food as always are good and fresh.
This restaurant, conveniently located in Coal Harbour, serves really fresh sushi though the ambient definitely isn't romantic or quite as you can hear the drunken Karaoke singers in the next room belting out renditions of "Like a Virgin" and "I will Always Love You." Nothing...More